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5 hours ago, YourMother the Edgelord said:

Original Song will be hard, Animated Feature depends on if half the films make it but if I were to make an extremely early guess:

 

SkyRiders

Fantasia 3

Heart’s Song/Gigantic (one of the two)

Two Lonely Bounty Hunters 

Star Fox

If all three get made I’m probably pushing

Rita over Heart’s Song since the latter is very broad strokes while the former plus SkyRiders aren’t.

 

My bets with HS would lie in the music categories more.

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6 hours ago, Blankments said:

lmao  you rude patoot

Whoops I forgot to add it, my bad.

 

7 hours ago, Slambros said:

 

Don't forget Veggies in the Rain!

 

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It may be a dark horse but competition looks tough. 

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7 hours ago, Alpha said:

I was gonna do a weird, R-rated Spike Jonze-ish animated film starring career voice actors but the "inside the imagination of an individual" concept I was going for with it has already been done twice.

 

I think you should go for it anyways; viewers love a different take on a given theme--heck, they all flocked to Deadpool, even after seeing many other superhero films. The R-rated angle sounds different enough as to where it'd certainly be intriguing. I wouldn't give up on it just yet!

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16 minutes ago, Slambros said:

 

I think you should go for it anyways; viewers love a different take on a given theme--heck, they all flocked to Deadpool, even after seeing many other superhero films. The R-rated angle sounds different enough as to where it'd certainly be intriguing. I wouldn't give up on it just yet!

Yeah besides Can You Imagine and Notes From The Otherspace were more tackled at themes like self esteem and depression.

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Hostel: Bloodline (Horror) - January 8th - Directed by Eli Roth

 

Ricochet (Crime/Action) - June 4th - Directed by Joe Carnahan

 

Untitled Western Horror (Western/Horror) - September 10 - Directed by Neil Marshall

 

Winston (Drama/Comedy) - December 17th - Directed by Mike Binder

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Computer Love - Sci-Fi / Drama - Directed by Tim Van Patten - November 24th

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Added A Massachusetts Ghost Story for February 5th, directed by Adam Green.

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47 minutes ago, YourMother the Edgelord said:

I want to move Gil’s All Fright Diner but to where?

August 27th? Nothing on that date yet, puts you ahead of the September/October glut of horror.

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Just now, Xillix said:

August 27th? Nothing on that date yet, puts you ahead of the September/October glut of horror.

True but my Stanton tentpole and He Man 3 could hurt it despite the R rating but until something moves I’ll put it there.

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Rapsittie Street Kids: A Bunny's Tale (CGI/Live-Action Hybrid Musical/Comedy/Thriller/Drama/Mystery/Fantasy) (dir. Colin Slater and Michael Gracey) - March 5th

 

As a side note:

 

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Chuck and Liam 2 is officially titled Chuck Norris and Liam Neeson vs. the Current Hollywood Landscape

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The Christmas Tree - Horror (dir. John R. Leonetti) - December 3rd

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18 minutes ago, Alpha said:

The Christmas Tree - Horror (dir. John R. Leonetti) - December 3rd

This is based of that aweful animated special right?

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4 hours ago, Reddroast said:

This is based of that aweful animated special right?

 

Now I know exactly what it's about...

 

It's sad because that special had potential, but it's blatantly obvious that the filmmakers were rushing to meet a deadline.

 

Edit: I think I might be talking about a different one.

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